I had the pleasure of eating in Le Pigeon Noir with some Belgian colleagues. The food was wonderful, the wine exquisite and the whole experience was simply fantastic.
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I love the place and the interior design... very simple, not fancy at all.. cozy and small, but it gets packed around 8. Crowd is a bit of older age. No music played which I think they can change that. It is a 1 Michelin...More
We got there for the anniversary of my wife. Everything is home made thats clear, we started with croquettes of shrimp and afterwards the barbue, my god the bearnaise was heaven !
Food is good but not outstanding. The quality of products is clearly above average. But: it is pretty unconfortable and old setting is not charming in all cases. I am afraid that being awarded a Michelin star ( although a surprise) will certainly not give...More
IT is an excellent longtime running address a bit away from town. If you are not a regular, get used to the professional but cocky service. Better you make up your mind quickly- its lunchtime! Highly priced for very good classic cuisine. Do not expect...More
The place is nice: an old local café/bistrot in old Uccle (Brussels suburb), full of charm, old frames and atmosphere. The products are top quality but the cooking added value, for a 1 star in the Michelin guide is limited as compared to the price....More
Very good and personal service, good quality food, but my partner and I couldn't understand why it has received a Michelin star. Nothing special. Except for the price: too high. Correction: the food is too expensive, the wine by the glass is not. They don't...More
Henri, who i believe is the owner/head chef, was also our server for the evening. He was so friendly and attentive. He helped translate the menu for us and even recommended a great combination for our meal since we just wanted a good experience. The...More
Lovely lunch, comfort food at it's best. Oysters very fresh, top quality choucroute, delicious prepared kidneys. Super, not too expensive, wine list. We will return.
We had a diner for two, place is well arranged but with rather quite small tables. Service was ok, though a bit tough sometimes, due to some rush. Overall quality is good, but it lacks the special thing you'd find in a 1* restaurant. Wine...More